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Get fast & reliable appliance repair service of your washer appliance. Available same or next day repair appointment. Our certified appliance technicians will perform repair or install your existing appliance efficiently saving our customer’s time . We carry most common parts in our vehicles when performing service. If a part needs to be ordered? We’ll try get it as quick as possible. Our partners warehouse carries thousands of appliances parts inventory & we used oem part manufacturer.

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There are a few reasons why your stove may not be working. The first thing you should check is the power source. Make sure that the stove is plugged in and that the circuit breaker has not been tripped. If the power is working, check to see if there is any Gas coming into the stove. If there is no gas, make sure that the valves are open and that there is no blockage in the gas line. If there is gas but the stove still does not work, it may be a problem with the igniter or burner. Try lighting the burner with a match to see if it will light. If it does not light, you may need to replace the igniter or burner.
There are a few reasons why your stove may not be heating up. The first thing you should check is the power source. Make sure that the stove is plugged in and that the circuit breaker has not been tripped. If the power is working, check to see if there is any Gas coming into the stove. If there is no gas, make sure that the valves are open and that there is no blockage in the gas line. If there is gas but the stove still does not heat up, it may be a problem with the igniter or burner. Try lighting the burner with a match to see if it will light. If it does not light, you may need to replace the igniter or burner.
There are a few reasons why your stove may be making a hissing noise. The first thing you should check is the power source. Make sure that the stove is plugged in and that the circuit breaker has not been tripped. If the power is working, check to see if there is any Gas coming into the stove. If there is no gas, make sure that the valves are open and that there is no blockage in the gas line. If there is gas but the stove still makes a hissing noise, it may be a problem with the pressure regulator. Try adjusting the pressure regulator to see if the hissing noise stops. If it does not, you may need to replace the pressure regulator.
There are a few reasons why your stove may be leaking gas. The first thing you should check is the power source. Make sure that the stove is plugged in and that the circuit breaker has not been tripped. If the power is working, check to see if there is any Gas coming into the stove. If there is no gas, make sure that the valves are open and that there is no blockage in the gas line. If there is gas but the stove still leaks, it may be a problem with the seals or gaskets. Try replacing the seals or gaskets to see if the leak stops. If it does not, you may need to call a professional for help.
There are a few reasons why your stove may be smoking. The first thing you should check is the power source. Make sure that the stove is plugged in and that the circuit breaker has not been tripped. If the power is working, check to see if there is any Gas coming into the stove. If there is no gas, make sure that the valves are open and that there is no blockage in the gas line. If there is gas but the stove still smokes, it may be a problem with the burner or igniter. Try lighting the burner with a match to see if it will light. If it does not light, you may need to replace the igniter or burner. If the burner lights but the stove still smokes, it may be a problem with the ventilation. Make sure that the vents are clear and that there is no blockage in the chimney. If the chimney is clear and the vents are open, you may need to call a professional for help.
There are a few reasons why your stove may be making a clicking noise. The first thing you should check is the power source. Make sure that the stove is plugged in and that the circuit breaker has not been tripped. If the power is working, check to see if there is any Gas coming into the stove. If there is no gas, make sure that the valves are open and that there is no blockage in the gas line. If there is gas but the stove still clicks, it may be a problem with the igniter. Try lighting the burner with a match to see if it will light. If it does not light, you may need to replace the igniter or burner. If the burner lights but the stove still clicks, it may be a problem with the valve. Try adjusting the valve to see if the clicking noise stops. If it does not, you may need to call a professional for help.
There are a few reasons why your stove may be making a popping noise. The first thing you should check is the power source. Make sure that the stove is plugged in and that the circuit breaker has not been tripped. If the power is working, check to see if there is any Gas coming into the stove. If there is no gas, make sure that the valves are open and that there is no blockage in the gas line. If there is gas but the stove still pops, it may be a problem with the burner or igniter. Try lighting the burner with a match to see if it will light. If it does not light, you may need to replace the igniter or burner. If the burner lights but the stove still pops, it may be a problem with the ventilation. Make sure that the vents are clear and that there is no blockage in the chimney. If the chimney is clear and the vents are open, you may need to call a professional for help.
There are a few reasons why your stove may be making a hissing noise. The first thing you should check is the power source. Make sure that the stove is plugged in and that the circuit breaker has not been tripped. If the power is working, check to see if there is any Gas coming into the stove. If there is no gas, make sure that the valves are open and that there is no blockage in the gas line. If there is gas but the stove still hisses, it may be a problem with the burner or igniter. Try lighting the burner with a match to see if it will light. If it does not light, you may need to replace the igniter or burner. If the burner lights but the stove still hisses, it may be a problem with the valve. Try adjusting the valve to see if the hissing noise stops. If it does not, you may need to call a professional for help.
There are a few reasons why your stove may be making a whistling noise. The first thing you should check is the power source. Make sure that the stove is plugged in and that the circuit breaker has not been tripped. If the power is working, check to see if there is any Gas coming into the stove. If there is no gas, make sure that the valves are open and that there is no blockage in the gas line. If there is gas but the stove still whistles, it may be a problem with the burner or igniter. Try lighting the burner with a match to see if it will light. If it does not light, you may need to replace the igniter or burner. If the burner lights but the stove still whistles, it may be a problem with the valve. Try adjusting the valve to see if the whistling noise stops. If it does not, you may need to call a professional for help.
There are a few reasons why your stove may be making a roaring noise. The first thing you should check is the power source. Make sure that the stove is plugged in and that the circuit breaker has not been tripped. If the power is working, check to see if there is any Gas coming into the stove. If there is no gas, make sure that the valves are open and that there is no blockage in the gas line. If there is gas but the stove still roars, it may be a problem with the burner or igniter. Try lighting the burner with a match to see if it will light. If it does not light, you may need to replace the igniter or burner. If the burner lights but the stove still roars, it may be a problem with the ventilation. Make sure that the vents are clear and that there is no blockage in the chimney. If the chimney is clear and the vents are open, you may need to call a professional for help.
If your oven keeps cycling on and off, it could be due to a faulty thermostat. This is a serious problem that should be fixed by a qualified technician as soon as possible, as it can lead to fires if left unchecked.

There are a few possible reasons for this:

– The element may be damaged and need to be replaced.

– The thermostat could be faulty and need to be repaired or replaced.

– The door seal may be damaged, allowing heat to escape. This can usually be fixed by replacing the seal.

If you smell gas when you turn on your oven, it is very important to take action immediately as this is a serious safety hazard. Turn off the oven and open all the doors and windows to ventilate the area. Do not try to light any fires or use any electrical appliances until you are sure the gas has dissipated. Then, call a qualified technician to check your oven and repair any leaks.

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Ma. Derlina Mora
Ma. Derlina Mora
11:52 10 Oct 21
Great service! The technician were very careful in fixing my appliances! Indeed a great company!
Jonathan Misa
Jonathan Misa
04:27 06 Aug 21
The service was good and the technician were very kind and approachable! The best appliance solution in town! Very recommended.
Priscela Rae Roa
Priscela Rae Roa
03:17 01 Aug 21
The technician were very responsible. I love the quality of service and the cost is worth it! The best company ever!
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23:17 30 Jul 21
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Jun Jec Guatno
Jun Jec Guatno
23:07 30 Jul 21
Technician was able to arrive within a few hours of calling. He was very friendly and thorough during the visit!
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EDMONTON STOVE REPAIR

At Edmonton Appliance Solutions, we provide best repairing and installation services of electric and gas stoves for all brands and models. We provide same-day or next day stove repair service and we are also available on weekends, and holidays according to your schedule and convince. After every stove repair, Edmonton Appliance Solutions Repairman offers a 100% satisfaction guarantee.

We are always fully stocked with genuine parts for all major brands and all model so you don’t face any problem and delay. Our technicians are licensed and insured, and we provide fast, well-mannered service at an affordable price. Your Satisfaction is our top priority that’s why our stove repair technicians have more than 30 years of experience, thus, we ensure that your stove is fix at the first time when we visit for repairing.

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After your appointment is scheduled, one of our experienced appliance repair technicians will come at your house, and bring your stove oven working back smoothly after identifying and fix the problem. Once your appointment is scheduled, we will need to know about the make and model of your stove so that we can bring right parts when we arrive. Our trained stove repairman will diagnose the problem and let you know about the cost of repairing (with parts or without parts) before start repair work.

Why Choose Us?

We at Edmonton Appliance Solutions only use brand new genuine parts for proper working of your stove oven repair, which ensures that your stove is working perfectly like a brand new even after repair. Don’t hesitate and call us because we provide 100% satisfaction guarantee on all stove repairs in Edmonton. If you are facing issue with gas stoves igniter fails to spark or produce a flame, or if your stove element isn’t heating properly or if you need to change your stove top glass, or want to replace control panel which is not working, our expert can help you to fix your stove.

 

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